The City of Cambridge filed an emergency motion appealing a court ruling that lifted the city’s two-year moratorium on certain cannabis sales permits, according to a city announcement Friday.
The Cambridge City Council Ordinance Committee convened a special meeting Tuesday to push forward a zoning amendment that attempts to support and increase the number of local businesses within Harvard Square.
The City of Cambridge reduced its trash by 30 percent — or 7.2 pounds per week per household — from 2008 to 2019, according to a statement released by the Department of Public Works Friday.
The Cambridge City Council voted Monday to begin the process of renaming the city’s Agassiz neighborhood, named for the 19th-century Harvard professor and proponent of scientific racism Louis Agassiz.
City Council Calls on Parliament of India to Repeal Citizenship Amendment Act, Stop National Register of Citizens
The Cambridge City Council passed a resolution Monday calling on the Parliament of India to repeal the Citizenship Amendment Act and end the National Register of Citizens.
Harvard presented its infrastructure projects, sustainability initiatives, and neighborhood engagement initiatives to the Cambridge Planning Board at the annual Town Gown report meeting Tuesday.
Cambridge City Council approved an order Monday night that could potentially lower the voting age for Cambridge’s municipal elections
Central Kitchen, a staple in Central Square for the past two decades, is closing its doors to make way for a recreational marijuana dispensary.
A Middlesex Superior Court judge lifted Cambridge’s two-year moratorium on certain cannabis sales permits in a ruling Friday.
The Cambridge City Council adopted a motion to convene further meetings surrounding an ordinance to ban natural gas in the city Monday night.
The Middle East — a landmark nightclub and restaurant on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Brookline Street in Central Square — was put up for sale last week, co-owner Nabil Sater told Cambridge Day last Sunday.
Seven members of Cambridge’s state legislative delegation endorsed incumbent United States Senator Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) in his re-election campaign Saturday.
Cambridge’s Department of Public Works will outfit 11 garbage trucks with backup cameras in the next few months, public works commissioner Owen O’Riordan said Friday.